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World Economic Outlook, October 1988 [electronic resource]

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International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1988.
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Government document
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1 online resource (146 p.)
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IMF eLibrary
World Economic Outlook
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Acceleration in inflation. (search)
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Amortization payments. (search)
Average price level. (search)
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Balance of payments. (search)
Budget balance. (search)
Budget balances. (search)
Capital exporting countries. (search)
Capital flight. (search)
Capital flows. (search)
Central banks. (search)
Commercial creditors. (search)
Commodity exports. (search)
Commodity prices. (search)
Countries exports. (search)
Currency depreciation. (search)
Current account. (search)
Current account balance. (search)
Current account balances. (search)
Current account deficit. (search)
Current account deficits. (search)
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Current account surpluses. (search)
Current accounts. (search)
Debt burden. (search)
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Debt crisis. (search)
Debt outstanding. (search)
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Debt ratio. (search)
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Debt situation. (search)
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Debt strategy. (search)
Debt to export ratio. (search)
Debt-equity. (search)
Debtor countries. (search)
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Developing Countries exports. (search)
Dollar value. (search)
Domestic absorption. (search)
Domestic demand. (search)
Domestic growth. (search)
Domestic price. (search)
Domestic prices. (search)
Domestic producers. (search)
Domestic savings. (search)
Economic indicators. (search)
Effective exchange rates. (search)
Exchange rate depreciation. (search)
Exchange rate mechanism. (search)
Exchange rate movements. (search)
Exchange rate policies. (search)
Export base. (search)
Export bases. (search)
Export credit. (search)
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Export demand. (search)
Export earnings. (search)
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Export market. (search)
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Export performance. (search)
Export price. (search)
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Export ratio. (search)
Export restraints. (search)
Export revenue. (search)
Export revenues. (search)
Export structure. (search)
Export unit. (search)
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Exporters. (search)
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Inflation. (search)
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International markets. (search)
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Long-term debt. (search)
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Official creditors. (search)
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Oil exports. (search)
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Partner countries. (search)
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Private creditors. (search)
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World economy. (search)
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Summary:
This paper highlights that the performance of the world economy in the first half of 1988 has been considerably more satisfactory than was expected in the wake of the sharp stock market decline in October 1987. Output in industrial countries has grown strongly, world trade has been robust, and inflation appears to have remained under control. Moreover, the shifts in real trade flows induced by earlier exchange rate movements are at last beginning to have a visible effect on the payments imbalances of the three largest countries.
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Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
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Print Version:
ISBN:
1451944373:
9781451944372
ISSN:
0256-6877
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451944372.081
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